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Researchers Discover Death and Rebirth of the Gut Brain
While it was long believed that the enteric nervous system remains static after birth, new Johns Hopkins research shows that the entire neuronal network dies and regenerates every few weeks.
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New Genetic Clues to Pancreatic Cancer
Following patients at high genetic risk for pancreatic cancer, a team led by gastroenterologist Michael Goggins works to combat the disease before it starts.
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Dust-Sized Machines Collect Thousands of Biopsy Samples
Gastroenterologist Florin Selaru collaborates with Johns Hopkins engineers to develop tiny, star-shaped biopsy machines deemed "microgrippers," offering better data and more accurate diagnosis.
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Video: Aspiration Therapy for Weight Loss
Vivek Kumbhari, director of bariatric endoscopy, and clinical registered nurse Margo Dunlap answer questions about a new obesity treatment that allows patients to aspirate up to 30 percent of their calories.
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Tackling the GI Symptoms of Scleroderma
Gastric problems are often the main cause of morbidity and mortality for patients with scleroderma. Gastroenterologist Tsion Abdi is part of a multidisciplinary team helping patients control the condition.
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